Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bluemooze, Feb 22, 2017.
Well they share the same region and the border!
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Thanks for the link. So this is the Indian version of Berlin ...
But how can you not like Glenn Gould, the outstanding Canadian Bach pianist?
As for me,
Bartok heads the list, to be followed by Schoenberg and any so called modern classical music need not apply either.
In no particular order:
- religious music
- non-orchestral songs (Schubert and Wolf Lieder for example)
- baroque works with piano (harpsichord is fine)
- most works by Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky (and some other composers, but these came to mind in an instant...)
There's more, but I think that's more than enough for now
Ohh I do like Gould...just not Bach works for solo piano.
Hahahaha that so called modern classical music literally makes me sick and want to throw up.
That's the most expensive LP I have ever bought, but it was more than worth it ...
I'll play this game!
An easy top 3 for me -
Are you going to get the newly released 180g LP? Also, are you going to get the newly recorded 3 LP set to be released in March? I'm keeping my eye on them but haven't decided yet.
If you know a vinyl version with better sound I would be interested to know!
I will buy the 3lp set for sure once I can get it for a good price. I won't get the new version of the d minor Partita because although it's a bit warped, my original plays without any background noise at all ...
1) Anything atonal. An old buddy did his Ph.D on Alban Berg in Vienna. When I went to visit him, he spent four days lecturing me on how atonal music is ever-present in nature. I till can't hear it till this day.
2) Italian operas. ''Mozart' said it best in the movie, Amadeus
3) Baroque music
1. Violin concertos! I just don't get them.
2. Romantic symphonies (Mendelssohn, Brahms, Schumann etc)
3. Cardboard slipcases for single CD jewel cases (why?)
Wow. That's certainly 'different'. No. 2 and 3 are certainly in my top 5 favourite!!! Opera is close to my heart....but I am VERY picky.
Now playing the following CD, which just arrived today for a first listen. The CD is OOP and used but the liner notes is in pristine condition and CD itself is in mint condition ...
1. I think all of Bruckner's Symphonies sound too much alike.
2. Rudolf Serkin may be the most boring pianist that ever banged the horse teeth.
3. The guy that wrote "In Case of Brahms" on top of the exit sign may have been on to something.
For me, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, etc, created the modern classical music ...
Recordings from 1984-97, reissued on this 1998 compilation. Accompaniment by various orchestras & conductors. I'm not a connoisseur of classical singing, but I find her voice very pleasing.
Well, if you insist.
The Harpsichord. Every time I hear it, I think of this guy.
Opera, especially the Italian stuff where at the end everyone is either dead or screaming for revenge.
The fortepiano. For the love of God, stop the tinkle-tinkle sounds and play the damn thing on a Steinway.
I listen to a fair share of 20th Century music that is NOT late romantic, but some 12 tone stuff sounds like the aural equivalent of a Jackson Pollock painting.
People who think all "Classical" music sounds the same. If the opportunity presents itself, I'll play the second movement of Beethoven's 6th symphony followed by the second movement of Bruckner's 9th symphony. That usually shuts 'em up.
Agreed on the Steinway (Or Boesendorfer)....
I would play a Chopin Nocturne and then Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique.
On the TT.... Richter playing Schumann and Brahms
Performers who vocalize while performing, especially Glenn Gould. I can't filter it out and it ruins it for me.
Opera in audio-only format. I enjoy it live or on blu-ray, but I just don't find it interesting as audio only.
Most orchestral music written after about 1915, subject to many caveats. Atonality was a dead end, and composers seem to be searching in vain for a way back to relevance for an audience beyond musicians.
Now playing the following CD from my JS Bach collection, a long-time favorite and not a solo keyboard piece ...
So the soprano here was Janet Perry, who sang the soprano role in the 1984 Karajan Beethoven 9th recording IIRC ...
1. Atonal music.
2. Opera (although I like sacred choral music -- go figure)
Not exactly I Solisti di Zagreb but it is Croatian Baroque Ensemble ... What do you think @DeepFloyd11 ?
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